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Exeter trees bleeding green

Exeter University has more trees than students is a popular phrase stated by many freshers upon arrival and turns out to appear more truthful...

Let’s get wastED

As we say good bye to 2016’s obsession for avocados and freakshakes, it is time to welcome the latest trend; Zero-Waste food. Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall...

Why are we ditching diesel?

It is no secret that pollution is a serious problem. Visit any major city for a day, and as well as soaking up the...

What do you say, Justin? A look into Canada’s Oil Industry...

Justin Trudeau is generally considered as a favoured politician worldwide. He has promoted gender equality, free speech, and overall appears to be a man of...

Want to try lab-grown meats?

In 2013, a team of scientists from the University of Maastricht made history by producing the world’s first synthetic meat burger. It was grown...

Ethical Exeter calls on the University to divest from arms, tobacco...

Have you ever wondered what our University invests in? It’s unlikely you have – pretty boring question. The answer, however, is not so boring. Did...

Gone but not forgotten: toppled tree to be recycled

In what will be a 're-leaf' for many students, timber from the toppled historical Reed Hall tree will be made into a commemorative seat and...

Exeter University leading project to combat aquaculture diseases

A new project led by the University of Exeter will combat aquaculture diseases across India, Bangladesh and Malawi. The BBSRC-Newton Fund Project, led by the...

Exeter academics make world’s best list

Six academics from the University of Exeter have earned a place on a prestigious list of the world’s most influential minds, which was published...

Cows and climate

Hamburgers, meatballs and more types of steak than ways to cook it – what’s not to love about beef? Well, the answer is more...